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Snow continues in the west. Latest here

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Saturday, November 4, 2017, 8:01 PM - Widespread cold continues to flood the west, with Arctic air set to dominate through next week, and the weekend continuing to be snowy into Sunday for parts of the region.

The timing, snowfall amounts and additional details for all provinces are listed below, scroll down.

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Here's what to expect on the Prairies

  • In Alberta, scattered flurries remain for Saturday
  • In Saskatchewan, snow to gradually taper off from west to east as low pushes into Manitoba. Additional 5-10 cm can be expected for eastern portions of the province.
  • In Manitoba, swath of snow begans in the southwest through Saturday morning and slowly moves east. System departs by Sunday as the low moves into Northwestern Ontario. Snowfall warnings in effect for central and southern Manitoba, with 10-20 cm expected. 

Here's what to expect in B.C.

  • Special weather statement in effect for Vancouver Island and the lower mainland for another round of snow Saturday evening.
  • Cold air will remain throughout the weekend, with a low pressure system skirting Vancouver Island Saturday into Sunday morning. Snowfall accumulation, especially into higher elevations Saturday, with possible accumulation again for areas like Victoria late Saturday into Sunday morning.
  • Higher elevations of southern Vancouver Island to see 5-10 cm of snow through Saturday evening, with 2-4 cm elsewhere on the island. Lower Mainland and Sunshine Coast to see up to 2 cm. 

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